Manufacturers looking to ‘North Star’ leaders who are human and holistic

Britain’s manufacturing companies are looking for the next generation of leaders to be more human, with better motivational and communication skills and, the ability to connect with employees and take a more holistic view of the business according to a…

The implementation of robotics within British manufacturing

Technology is rapidly evolving every day and significantly impacts the working world we live. Automation innovations are becoming a popular key topic within multiple industries in Great Britain, including manufacturing with robotics emerging as the solution. Over the past few…

Samotics brings data analytics to the edge to support remote locations

Samotics is starting the roll out of edge analytics for remote and offshore customers. By performing analytics on the edge, Samotics’ SAM4 Health solution benefits from reduced bandwidth requirements to process and transfer data, which makes it easily accessible in…

Digital Security by Design: a revolution in the cybersecurity landscape

Since the 1970s, there has been an ongoing challenge regarding the security of computer systems: fast forward to the present the underpinning memory access architecture remains unchanged despite well-documented vulnerabilities and flaws. The results speak for themselves: 300 million+ of devices…

An economical approach to creating unforgeable identities and secure connectivity in IoT systems

Article written by Dr Shahram Mossayebi, CEO, Crypto Quantique Connectivity and the IoT are at the heart of so many things in today’s world and the number of connected devices is growing massively. There are many reports of billions of…

Internet of Things market still surging; global revenues up by 13%

In recent years, the Internet of Things has become one of the most important technologies out there, providing seamless communication between people, processes, and things. The surging need for wireless networking technologies continues to drive the entire market’s growth. According…

World-first underwater robot shortlisted for award

A collaborative project which will see the development of a world-first underwater robot to repair a damaged ship’s hull while still in transit has been shortlisted for an industry award. Funded by the European Commission, a total of 11 partners…

Robotic pipe crawlers reaching the unreachable

OMS are a measurement and inspection company working within the energy sector. Watch the video below video to find out how it is using maxon products in its robotic crawlers for the oil and gas pipeline installation sector. The crawlers…

Outdoor mobile robot shipments to reach 350,000 by 2030

Rapid advancements in fundamental techniques, such as navigation, manipulation, and functional safety, have made robots more intelligent, agile, and safer. Mobile robots are a proven ideal companion for humans performing mission- and business-critical tasks in outdoor environments. According to ABI…

Optimising cheese production using machine-learning and AI

Aston University and fourth-generation family cheesemakers, Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses (BFC) based in rural Lancashire, have teamed up through a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) to use high-tech solutions to increase their cheese production. The project will develop novel business analytics and…